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Nur-Sultan Negotiations: Efforts Towards Peaceful Syria:

By: Zaman Bajwa In the capital of Kazakhstan, in just two months, the next round of negotiations on the settlement of the Syrian conflict may take place. This will be the 14th in a row. And such a number of meetings indicate the interest of all parties in the dialogue platform of the Kazakhstan format: there would be no point …

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Is India’s Hindutvology above Universal Human Rights?

By Inshal Rao, Universal Declaration of Human Rights is believed a milestone document, was proclaimed by UN on 10 Dec 1948 & sets out fundamental human rights to be universally protected. All the member states of UN are bound to follow this charter & pledges to cooperate with UN in observance of human rights charter but India is the state …

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Brutality in OIK

Indian troops and paramilitary forces have broken the records of brutalities on the people of Kashmir. They have turned the heaven-like valley into a living hell. In a twitter thread titled: “Life under Indian Occupation in Kashmir, C.J Werleman, a famous Australian journalist, has given some shocking figures of Indian arms forces’ barbarism in IOK—Kashmir is the world’s heaviest militarized …

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Kashmir discussed at the UN Security Council after 50 years

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, August 16, 2019. “The position of the United Nations on this region (Kashmir) is governed by the Charter of the United Nations and applicable Security Council resolutions.” Mr. Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, August 8, 2019. India, disregarding what Secretary General said and ignoring all norms of international law and the United …

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Investigate before giving charity

(Letter to the editor), Pakistan is one of the most charitable nations in the world. However, there are a few people who bother to investigate whether their charity serve the needy or being misused. A number of people head towards schools, colleges and universities to seek financial assistance as well. Most of the students help them whole heartedly for a …

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Why is Pakistan “The Faltering State”?

Muhammad Ijaz     PhD Scholar [email protected] Democracy is a mode of government through which representatives of public form a ruling class justified to the common people that “they” are their representatives due to their votes. Now these representatives will secure voter’s rights, public’s interest along with the interest of their state. First time democracy was introduced by the Aryians where …

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Pakistan fighting for whom?

ISHFAQULLAH SHAWL It is 70-year-old story again again repeated during this time when India played its game on Kashmir by abrogating article 370 and 54A regarding the status of Kashmir. Pakistan, always claiming as lawyer of Kashmir, remains ignorant or a silent partner in crime of this internationally played game on Kashmir and all its claims regarding supporting Kashmiris morally, …

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The President of the United Nations Security Council New York.

(Latter to The President of the United Nations Security Council New York.) Excellency, UN Security Council Must Act on India’s Annexation of the Disputed Territory of Jammu and Kashmir In light of the Government of India’s action to annex the Disputed Territory of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August 2019, by revoking Articles 370 and 35A of the Constitution of …

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Kashmir siege: The masks that fell off

Masuood Maqsood, With India revoking the special status of the disputed Jammu and Kashmir state, the facade of having some democratic spaces in the valley has been rendered irrelevant like never before. This is not the first time that Kashmiris are witnessing an overwhelmingly stark state-sponsored intimidation of a civilian population. We have seen the worst. The complete communications blackout …

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Young people are powerful agents

By Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh, International Youth Day, Youth need safe spaces where they can come together, engage in activities related to their diverse needs and interests, participate in decision making processes and freely express themselves. While there are many types of spaces, safe spaces ensure the dignity and safety of youth. Safe spaces such as civic spaces enable youth to …

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